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Thread: Quadpod shooting sticks

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    Quadpod shooting sticks

    I see there is na advert for these on this site but I cant open the link,Iam not sure if these are the same sticks that were on show at the CLA over the weekend
    I did take a look and thought they were very good,I did get a demo from a very nice gentleman who introduced himself as a proffesional stalker who used them on a regular basis
    anyone use these sticks and who sells them

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    7wsm,

    I made my own "quadpods", with 4 garden canes from B&Q and some bungee cord.

    I think they are excellent, makes for very stable standing shots. I have taken foxes out to 180 yards of them over the past couple off weeks - and I am by no means any sort of a great rifle shot.

    Downsides are that the are slow to deploy and it is hard to pan left-right on them. You effectively need to lift sticks and rifle of the ground and swing them around to suit.

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    The link is working now http://www.midfieldandco.co.uk/

    I had a look at the ones at the CLA too. I went back to buy a set and there were none left.... he who hesitates and all that.......

    I have a set that I made from garden rods from B & Q, they are uber steady but a bit of a handful to lug about.

    You can also use them as bipod and fold them right down to use in the sitting/kneeling position.

    Hope this helps....

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    Monkey Spanker has made a good set with B&Q canes and Martingdale stops! I belive Stand buck has gone one step further and made a telescopic set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deer man
    Monkey Spanker has made a good set with B&Q canes and Martingdale stops! I belive Stand buck has gone one step further and made a telescopic set!
    sound good anyone got any photos ??
    also how much are the ones advertised

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmWSM
    also how much are the ones advertised
    69.00+ 11.50 P&P

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    Quote Originally Posted by downwind
    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmWSM
    also how much are the ones advertised
    69.00+ 11.50 P&P
    many thanks,is this from Midfield ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmWSM
    [many thanks,is this from Midfield ???
    just followed the link from StevOh, the price is on the ad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downwind
    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmWSM
    [many thanks,is this from Midfield ???
    just followed the link from StevOh, the price is on the ad.
    I should have gone to spec savers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Claret_Dabbler
    7wsm,

    Downsides are that the are slow to deploy and it is hard to pan left-right on them. You effectively need to lift sticks and rifle of the ground and swing them around to suit.
    I tried some of these some years ago, Claret_Dabbler is spot on with his assessment, really stable to shoot from, but you could need a bit of co-operation from the target
    There was a thread some time back on the SD regarding the Quadpods, it became quite heated as I recall, not what we need on a friendly forum, eh guys?
    Cheers, Pete.

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